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that before in china, another mentally disturbed man went into a school and knifed 23 people, 22 of them children. i think one has died. the difference was, he had a knife. adam lanza had a gun. >> the united states, for better or for worse, is a gun culture. we are a culture that uniquely in the world sees the value and significance and firearms. it is been the case since the founding of the republic. the second amendment is scorned by many people, but it has been there since the beginning and it is very meaningful to millions and millions of people in this country. farmers represent not something evil to many americans -- firearms represent not something evil to many americans, the self-reliance. the american profile. as a result, we end up with a country that is suffused with firearms. >> and "meet the press," the author of the 1994 salt weapons and i and feinstein said she is introducing a bill to reform gun ownership standards in the next congress. >> i'm going to introduce in the senate and the same bill be introduced in the house, a bill to ban assault weapons. it will ban the sal
analysis of the mind-body connection. >> you know, the traditional medicines of china for 3,000 years, the ayurvedic medicine of india, and the tribal shamanic medicines of all cultures around the world have always taken for granted that mind and body can't be separated. now, western medicine has cleaved the two apart for, really, 2,000 years. socrates already criticized the doctors of his day for separating the mind from the body. and the irony in fact, the tragedy is that now we have the western science that shows, incontrovertibly and in great detail, that mind and body can't be separated, and so that any attempt to do so leaves the medical practitioner short of many tools to help clients. and, of course, it leaves patients short of what they need for their own healing. the point now is that the emotional centers of the brain, which regulate our behaviors and our responses and our reactions, are physiologically connected with and we know exactly how they're connected with the immune system, the nervous system and the hormonal apparatus. in fact, it's no longer possible, scientif
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